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Is the Brujeria album cover real?

Is the Brujeria album cover real?

Of course, it was all a ruse, but as founding songwriter and former Brujeria guitarist Dino Cazares explains, it was more than that. “This is not a cartoon drawing of Cannibal Corpse on an album cover,” he says. “There was a realism—real topics, real stories, and real photos.”

Which band had the best album covers?

So, here’s our list of the best album covers of all time.

  1. The Beatles, Abbey Road (1969)
  2. The Velvet Underground and Nico, The Velvet Underground and Nico (1967)
  3. Pink Floyd, Dark Side Of The Moon (1973)
  4. Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin (1969)
  5. The Beatles, Sgt.
  6. The Notorious B.I.G., Ready To Die (1994)
  7. Nirvana, Nevermind (1991)

What is not allowed on album covers?


  • 1 Nudity and sexuality.
  • 2 Religious.
  • 3 Copyright infringement.
  • 4 Violence.
  • 5 Other reasons. 5.1 Drug promotion. 5.2 Politics. 5.3 Decency and cultural offense. 5.4 Quality issues.

Who is the girl on Scorpions album cover?

Anneè Olofsson. In 1976, the German heavy metal group, Scorpions, released their record ”Virgin Killer”. On the cover a 12-year old girl poses naked. The cover caused such strong reactions that it was exchanged for another in several countries.

Who is the artist for this death metal album cover?

Awesome death metal cover! The artist for this piece is Pär Olofsson, who is very rapidly becoming the new Dan Seagrave. His covers adorn dozens of extreme metal albums and his jagged, warped style is strikingly similar. This ones a bit different however and is an icy cool, majestic image.

Do you find death metal covers to be immature?

I find a fair percentage of death metal covers to be immaturely and unnecessarily disgusting. As gross as Tomb of the Mutilated is, I can’t help but recall my morbid fascination as a thirteen year old. It seemed so blasphemous at the time and made listening to it feel so very wrong.

What are the best death metal albums with artwork by Jean Delville?

One of the more impressive pieces of artwork to adorn a death metal album, Jean Delville’s The Treasures of Satan dates back to 1894. It has the appropriate atmosphere for the utter evil and mystery contained within this classic Morbid Angel album.

What death metal bands dedicated songs to serial killers?

Macabre – Sinister Slaughter (1993) Standard bearers for death metal’s horror-obsessed, drug-addled contingent, Macabre dedicated the songs on Sinister Slaughter to a variety of serial killers, from Richard Ramirez ( Nightstalker) to Jeffrey Dahmer ( What’s That Smell? ).